These schools aim at developing inquisitive, enthusiastic and eager students under the aegis of committed and experienced teachers who impart value-education to make a profound change in their lives.
These schools are public since public-money is used by the government to fund their activities. With enforcement of RTE act in India, it is incumbent on these schools to provide free education for children or charge a nominal fee till secondary level.
Since most amenities and infrastructure are at par with private schools, many parents belonging to poor classes, working in remote places without the facility of private schools or those who move on transfers periodically opt for these schools instead of private schools.
This is part of Delhi-NCR and called ‘Industrial Fairy Land’ of India and is one of the largest planned industrial townships in Asia. This city in the state of Uttar Pradesh is a good example of balance between industrial expertise and human habitat.
With the opening of many more industries and IT companies, this city has an ever-rising population of the semi-skilled and unskilled labor force.
Villagers from whom land was acquired to establish this township are provided necessary infrastructure and aids at alternate locations since the government appreciates that their development is also equally essential for the progress of this city.
Study in Public Schools
These schools are funded to have facilities like audio-visual aids, computers, sports facilities, music and art room and auditorium where children can explore and cultivate their innate talents. The classrooms are well furnished and amenities like drinking water, library and clean toilets are provided.
Children are motivated to take part in competitive exams outside school curriculum, become members of groups like NCC and given responsibilities in school like head-boy/girl, attendance in-charge, and uniform in-charge and so on in order to hone their self-confidence. They are also taken on tours and visits and inter-school exchange programs for better education.